The FUSO brand has made a name for itself as a fuel-efficient manufacturer beyond the borders of Japan all around the world. In Asia alone, around 140,000 units of the Canter are built and sold worldwide every year. With an 89.3% stake, Daimler AG has been the main shareholder since 2013 alongside the Mitsubishi Corporation.
FUSO is present with the Canter in the 3.5t to 8.55t segment in more than 30 European countries. The sales and Aftersales headquarters are located in Stuttgart, Germany. The Canter is produced in Tramagal, Portugal for the European markets. Over half of the components and parts in every Canter are produced in Europe. Over 800 service centres across Europe ensure that our customers always remain mobile.
Canters for the European market have been produced at the FUSO plant in Tramagal in Portugal since 1980. Learn all about our production plant in Europe.
The FUSO success story began in Japan in 1932 with a small bus called the B46. Thirty-one years later in 1963, the first Canter rolled off the production line, ushering in the start of a unique vehicle history. That vehicle has been followed by well over four million vehicles with just one goal: to make transport on the continents of this world more efficient and more economical for the customer. Learn all about the success story of FUSO and the Canter.
FUSO has been building trucks for over 80 years and has had a presence in the Irish market for 36 years, with FUSO Ireland the exclusive importer and distributor of FUSO Canter trucks in Ireland since 1984. The company is part of Frank Keane Holdings.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation is 89% owned by Daimler AG. With worldwide sales of 200,000 trucks, FUSO is a major worldwide manufacturer. They represent a significant part of the Daimler's worldwide 500,000 truck productions, which make Daimler the world's largest truck manufacturer. The FUSO network in Ireland comprises of 13 Dealers in Republic of Ireland and 2 Dealers in Northern Ireland. There is one FUSO Service Centre also in Dublin.